Hudson Foundation to plant over 1000 trees by 2025 in Park tal-Majjistral, Malta


The Hudson Foundation launched a significant eco-friendly initiative by planting olive trees in Park Tal-Majjistral – found in the North of Malta. This project contributes towards a greener future and builds on the Foundation’s pillar to support Mother Earth. Together with the environment, the foundation supports initiatives to safeguard animals and children.

350 trees planted in 2023, with plans to plant more than 1000 trees until 2025

For this project, The Hudson Foundation, worked together with Park tal-Majjistral to cover the costs of an irrigation system that will nurture each and every tree, hence ensuring their livelihood.  Additionally, the Foundation will replace plants that do not thrive. The Foundation planted 350 plants so far, with plans to plant a minimum of 1000 trees over the next 26 months. Besides this, the park rangers were provided with Columbia-branded apparel and footwear.

Majjistral Park spans the coastal area from Golden Bay to Il-Prajjet and ix-Xagħra l-Ħamra in the northwest of Malta. The park became a designated national park in 2007. The dedicated staff, senior management members, directors, and chief executives of Hudson actively executed the planting initiative.

Park Tal-Majjistral

Majjistral Park, renowned for its stunning coastal views and diverse wildlife, provides a recreational haven for families and nature enthusiasts. The Foundation actively aligns its initiative with environmental dedication, aiming to be present and safeguard the environment for future generations.


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